Engineering Real-World Solutions

Computing professionals offer expertise in the effective and efficient use of computers for solving human problems, whether that be as a member of a project development team, as a builder of powerful and easy-to-use tools, as an individual researcher, or as an educator.  

The CIS Department currently offers four bachelor degree programs and one minor. Please visit the program pages to learn more about requirements.

Undergraduate Admissions

Cooperative Education

Work experience opportunities are available for qualified computer and information science students through the CECS Cooperative Education Office. These programs allow students to earn a salary and up to nine credit hours which can be applied toward graduation while working full-time during alternate semesters or part-time during regular semester for participating firms or governmental agencies (Acromag, APPLE, Chrysler, DENSO, DTE Energy, Ford, General Electric, Harmon Becker, NASA, Nokia, TACOM, U.S. Steel, Xilinx, etc..).